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In this artwork, the artist captures the vibrant and colorful atmosphere of a Sikh wedding, known as Anand Karaj. The painting depicts the bride and groom, dressed in traditional Sikh attire, standing before the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikh religion. The couple is surrounded by their family members, friends, and well-wishers, who are all gathered to witness and celebrate their union.


The painting focuses on the Lavan, the main part of the Sikh wedding ceremony, where the couple walks around the Guru Granth Sahib four times, while the Granthi recites hymns. The artist skillfully captures the emotions of the couple as they take their vows and make a commitment to spend the rest of their lives together.


The painting is rich in color, with the bride's lehenga and the groom's sherwani standing out against the backdrop of the Gurdwara. The intricate details of the bride's jewelry and the groom's turban are also highlighted, adding to the beauty and richness of the painting.


Overall, the artwork is a beautiful and powerful representation of the Sikh wedding ceremony, capturing the essence and spirit of this joyous and sacred occasion. The painting is sure to inspire viewers to learn more about Sikh culture and traditions, and to appreciate the beauty and diversity of the world we live in.


The Artwork can be customized as per your requirement

a. Text / Gurmukhi tuk

b. Name of couple and date of wedding


∙ The piece will be shipped in a protective sleeve with cardboard backing, in a sturdy envelope


. The artworks comes without frame




For questions or customization requests, please send me a message!



C$349.00 Regular Price
C$296.65Sale Price
  • Medium - Gouche and watercolors

    Sizes available :

    - 12*16 inches

    - 16*20 inches

    - 20*24 inches

    -24*30 inches

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